Teaching virtually comes with its own set of challenges—especially during a pandemic. Use these strategies to focus on specific goals, embrace uncertainty, and keep communication open.
Distance learning has provided thousands of students the chance to increase their knowledge on a chosen subject in an accessible and flexible way.
When the world feels dangerous, harnessing learning can provide some measure of clarity and perspective.
Kids need plenty of playtime. It makes them smart. Unstructured playtime also strengthens neurological development. Children become more well-rounded and adjusted when they’ve been encouraged to pursue fun activities on their own. It’s the thrill of exploration and having a creative license to do whatever they want that produces healthy children.
For many teachers, the challenge of integrating technology into their own teaching is one they are just starting to feel comfortable with, and now comes the next challenge of teaching digital literacy skills to their students. Here are some tips on how to assess digital literacy.
With a lot of people home from work and students learning remotely, I decided to put together an article with options for STEM activities and robotics projects for at-home learning.
Whether you’re bored and are looking for your next project or you have a course to finish and need a little help, this guide is designed as a one-stop-shop for all things robotics and STEM.
Children are returning to school in countries that are weeks—or months—ahead of the U.S. in battling COVID-19. Here’s how it’s happening.
Computational thinking can be related to computers and computer science, as its name would suggest. But, more broadly, computational thinking is the ability to analyze and solve problems in a logical and organized way. Unsurprisingly, computational thinking is a higher priority in education today than it was 30 years ago. In our ever-evolving world, the leaders of tomorrow will be required to use computational thinking on a daily basis. Therefore, it’s incredibly important to train young children to develop these skills early on.
Keeping students on task and excited about learning can take all your best classroom management strategies — even when you’re delivering instruction face-to-face.
With many schools closing their doors indefinitely, teachers across the country have had to adapt at light-speed and implement remote learning strategies. While remote learning isn’t a perfect substitute for in-class instruction, there are lots of ways to keep students engaged while they’re learning from home.
If you’re not sure where to start, we’ve put together a list of six best practices for online instruction to help you.